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Tag: Jack Skirball
June 20, 2012 | 1:10 pm
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Twelve years after Jack Skirball's death, at age 89, his legacyappears, at times, omnipresent.
There is, of course, the thriving Skirball Cultural Center in theSepulveda Pass. And the American Jewish Committee's SkirballInstitute on American Values. And the Skirball...